Anil Yadav

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Anil Yadav is a North Indian actor[1] who has notably portrayed the character of Demon king Ravana in the "Jai Hanuman" teleserial directed by Sanjay Khan in the mid-1990s.

He is from the village of Dadupur Neela, Bulandshahr district, Uttar Pradesh.

In the teleserial, "Jai Hanuman", as Ravan, the Demon king, he is bedecked with numerous beaded ornaments, a magnificent and ornate crown, and brandishes a "Khadag" or a crescent shaped sword. His forehead bears the mark of three upward curved streaks of holy ash, to signify his devotion to Lord Shiva. He carries the "Khadag" weapon with him always. His body language is also brought to the fore as he delivers his dialogues with great power and impact.

After this television stint, he has moved on to do Bhojpuri films.

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  1. ^ Keshav, Aarohi (April 12, 2011). "Bhojpuri film's bright future forecast". The Telegraph. Retrieved 18 June 2011.

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